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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    Spec's states it's good for motorcycle case halfs, I'd think you'd be fine..

    You can call them and see if that's the best product for your block...
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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    Finally got the partzilla parts, and that permatex sealant.

    I've seen some guys from the States complaining about the prices getting higher and higher. Well, parts listed $260 on partzilla (also bought some Honda stuff apart from the FZ6 piston and rings) actually costed me around $390, after adding the shipping + VAT + import taxes + currency conversion fee. And if I bought locally, it would have cost $500-600...

    But now (I think) I got all the necessary parts. I'll try my best to squeeze in as much wrenching time as possible, as this month turns out to be the craziest at work.
    2004 FZ6 with R6 Fork and brakes, Leo Vince SBK Carbon Exhaust, Venhill SS Race brake lines, APE manual CCT

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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    I haven't been around much. So it looks like piston dropped into the crank case area allowing oil ring to expand and raise hell? Uhg... painful to read parts of this.
    You win having far more patience than many! Good job moving forward.
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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    Quote Originally Posted by FinalImpact View Post
    I haven't been around much. So it looks like piston dropped into the crank case area allowing oil ring to expand and raise hell? Uhg... painful to read parts of this.
    You win having far more patience than many! Good job moving forward.
    "Dropped" is a bit of an understatement, but mostly that's what I did to it.

    Pretty much everyone told me that they're surprised that I still didn't give up this project because they would have just parted it or sold as broken a long time ago. It's been frustrating at times (as proved by some of my previous posts) but I'm still determined to finish the project. I'm far from patient, but in the last years I've been working hard enough turning "nothing" to "something", constantly overcoming setbacks, that it now takes a lot more than a few curve balls on a rebuild to make me throw in the towel.
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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    As for the painting process. Whatever they applied certainly wears like iron. As some of you know I took every remaining silver component off the otherwise Raven colored bike and media blasted it followed by lacquer thinner wipe and powder coated everything black.

    Other than knocking the shine off the otherwise silver part, the media didn't do much in the way of taking the paint off. That said if it weren't for the expense I would almost say it may in fact be some form of powder coating. But I can't imagine baking every part and expense that goes with the process. Then again, waiting for paint to cure is production time and space too!

    All that aside the powder coat application is what 4 or 5 years old now and holding up extremely well. No chipping, peeling, wear of anything.

    Much like the OEM stuff... Wears like iron!
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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    The OEM paint was far from wearing like iron- maybe it's the de-icing chemicals, but half of all FZ6s I've seen that had a silver painted engine had flaking.

    I've finished the crazy stuff with work, so now I started working again on the bike.

    I've installed and torqued all the rod bolts. One thing, however, I overtightened one of the rod bolts by around 10-15 degrees (target was 150 degrees). Considering that the real world tolerance of calibrated a click type torque is around 4% I don't think this is something I should worry about, but what do you think?
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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    Quote Originally Posted by bigborer View Post
    I've installed and torqued all the rod bolts. One thing, however, I overtightened one of the rod bolts by around 10-15 degrees (target was 150 degrees). Considering that the real world tolerance of calibrated a click type torque is around 4% I don't think this is something I should worry about, but what do you think?
    From an earlier post:

    Tomorrow I'm fitting the crank, however there's one thing- regarding the rod bolts,
    -the 2007 "all versions" service manual says 15nm + 120 degrees
    -the 2004 service manual says 15nm + 150 degrees except for CAL and 15nm + 120 degrees for CAL
    -the R6 manual (same part number for the piston rod assy) says 15nm + 150 degress

    Now, my bike is definitely not for California, and it's from 2004 so it should go 150 degrees, but what would you say?

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    On page 5-86, (genuine Yamaha service manual), S1 manual (2004 would be in there) it show's 120 degrees. Am I missing something?

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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    I hate to say it, but you are over torqued. If it was my bike, I'd order new bolts and install the at 15nM + 120 degrees before going any further.
    Lifelong student of motorcycling. Current bikes: Custom Naked '05 FZ6, LS650 Café Racer, DRZ400 Street Tracker

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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary in NJ View Post
    I hate to say it, but you are over torqued. If it was my bike, I'd order new bolts and install the at 15nM + 120 degrees before going any further.
    I have an 05 and in the Yamaha shop manual it says for connecting rod NUTS, its 15nm + 150 degrees. For connecting rod BOLTS, its 15nm + 120 degrees. Only the California models use bolts, so for my 05 its 150 degrees.
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    Re: Error 33 breaking my bike abroad- urgent help please

    Now I found this a couple pages BEFORE page 5-86:



    Guess it depends on if you have nuts or just bolts

    Also, the Yamaha shop manual is for both the Ca and regular models.
    (Why they would use different methods is beyond me, has nothing to do with emissions)
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